Red Bull Flying Bach comes to Brisbane, contest has ended

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Red Bull Flying Bach returns to Australia and will be back in New South Wales and Victoria, and debuting in Queensland, Western Australia and South Australia in September and October.

Best explained as classical music meets urban dance moves. Breakdancing choreographed to Bach’s composition of the ‘Well-Tempered Calvier’, which dates back to 1722.

Watch the videos below to see what to expect and take part in the contest to win a double pass ticket to this extraordinary show.

Red Bull Flying Bach 2014 will be showing at QPAC in Brisbane September 24–26.

Westender’s Red Bull Flying Bach 2014 Contest

Westender has six double pass tickets to give away for the shows in Brisbane. To enter you must answer the two questions below correctly to qualify. The contest ends 11.59 pm 17.08.2014 and winners will be contacted and announced within a week from that date.


  1. What is the name of the breakdance crew that is part of Red Bull Flying Bach?
  2. What is the Aboriginal name for where the West End area of Brisbane is located?

Send your answers to with name and phone number. Email subject should be as followed: Westender Red Bull Flying Bach 2014 Contest
!email subject text must be exact as shown above!

Contest Rules

  1. Only one (1) double pass ticket per winner
  2. Only one (1) attempt per person, no repeated tries at the questions

More info about Red Bull Flying Bach 2014

Red Bull Flying Bach 2014 Australian tour dates:
• State Theatre, Sydney: 4 shows, 9–12 September
• Crown Theatre, Perth: 4 shows, 17–20 September
• QPAC, Brisbane: 3 shows, 24–26 September
• Arts Centre, Melbourne: 4 shows, 1–4 October
• Festival Theatre, Adelaide: 3 shows, 7–9 October

Ticket information:
Tickets are on sale now, prices starting from $89:

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